Well, keep in mind that nearly half of his state NAN heads are under 40, so I am not so sure about that.
Well, if they didn’t vote for HRC, who did they vote for? And the point was to weaken any steps to elect a leader who would fight him, if we are to believe reporting Putin was as engaged as is believed.
Given your thoughts, I would get to the meat of the matter: who fell for the propaganda directed at them and what is the measure? For me, the measure is votes. And that is the case, black people didn’t bite the bait. White people did.
I’m at @Russian_Starr
I’ll take a look....
It sounds like you wanna take me out for a beer! LOL. Thank you. I appreciate your response. As for your proposal, I am willing to consider it. If Trump and Congress agreed on it (of course, we know that won’t happen), that would still be a colossal step forward.
Thank you! I appreciate it.
For themselves, yes. I’d have to agree.
I am actually in favor if this, as long as we cut the Minuteman IIIs. If filling up our silos with Tridents means tossing the Minutemans, while making folks of keeping land-based ICBMs happy, I’m good with that. That is some solid middle ground.
I’d be all for that. In fact, I’d do it without Putin cutting any of his. As I wrote, more is not better. This is an expense and practicality issue, not one based on strategic necessity.
I made the correction. Thanks. Honest mistake.
Yeah, that was an honest mistake. Thank you for letting me know.
Hey, folks. I made the correction concerning the hydrogen bombs. I meant atomic. Thanks for letting me know.
Let me take a look...
let me take a look....
Well, I disagree there. Tensions need to ease. Many South Koreans want better relations with the north and THAAD is very controversial among many locals in the south. The problem is that we are looking at this from an America vs North Korea angle without appreciating that the main player who will suffer most is Seoul.…
Yep. That was a mistake on my part. I meant that. Corrected it. Thanks!